Ten of the best for Spalding homes charity

Trustees' chairman Petronella Keeling (left) shakes hands with Broadgate marketing manager Sam Ulyett during the site visit. SG290715-102TW
Trustees' chairman Petronella Keeling (left) shakes hands with Broadgate marketing manager Sam Ulyett during the site visit. SG290715-102TW
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Trustees from Spalding Town Husbands were “impressed” when they visited ten new almshouses being built for them by Broadgate Homes of Weston.

The one-bedroom bungalows at Larkspur Way, off Woolram Wygate, feature a kitchen-diner, sitting room and wet room, and are expected to be completed in November.

We are proud to have built properties on both Holland Park and The Triangle for this excellent organisation and are confident that these bungalows will be just as popular with the new tenants as the previous projects were.

Broadgate boss Ian Canham

Broadgate chief executive Ian Canham said: “Broadgate Homes are pleased to once again be working with Spalding Town Husbands. We are proud to have built properties on both Holland Park and The Triangle for this excellent organisation and are confident that these bungalows will be just as popular with the new tenants as the previous projects were.”

Richard Knipe, clerk to the trustees, said everyone who visited was impressed by the standard of workmanship and believed they would be very pleasant homes.

Once completed, the bungalows will bring the charity’s total number of homes to 71 – all in Spalding except for three at Pinchbeck – and the charity will advertise for applicants during the first two weeks of September.

Applicants must live in South Holland. People interested in the homes can also contact Tracy Taylor on 01775 765361 or email sth@chattertons.com